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sajid231088
Beginner

No SSID broadcasting

dear All,

hope you all are doing well.

i have one query, we have a one wireless setup having Cisco 5508 WLC and 180 numbers of Cisco 1702i AP.

this is centralized setup all APs are installed at different location or we can say installed at different cities.

setup has been a month all were working fine but recently client informed us that at some location Access points are not showing the SSIDs.

AP LED status Red,Blue & Green alternately blinking.

we tried to ping from the AP to WLC vice versa, the result was successful.

Reset and reboot the AP but no solution.

please help me to resolve this.

why this is happening ? Where is the issue ? 

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Sandeep Choudhary
VIP Mentor

check the AP groups on WLC.

Maye be these AP are assigned to diff. AP group.

https://rscciew.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/configure-ap-groups-on-wlc/

Regards

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Dear Sandeep.

Thanks for your reply.

issue resolved or still facing problem ?

Dear Sandeep,

thanks for your help. issue has been resolved.

Prakash Parvathala
Enthusiast

LED Status Indications

Message
Type
Status
LED
Message
Meaning

Boot loader status sequence

Blinking green

DRAM memory test in progress

DRAM memory test OK

Board initialization in progress

Initializing FLASH file system

FLASH memory test OK

Initializing Ethernet

Ethernet OK

Starting Cisco IOS

Initialization successful

Association status

Chirping Green

Normal operating condition, but no wireless client associated

Green

Normal operating condition, at least one wireless client association

Operating status

Blinking amber

Software upgrade in progress

Cycling through green, red, and amber

Discovery/join process in progress

Rapidly cycling through red, green, and amber

Access point location command invoked

Blinking red

Ethernet link not operational

Boot loader warnings

Blinking amber

Configuration recovery in progress (MODE button pushed for 2 to 3 seconds)

Red

Ethernet failure or image recovery (MODE button pushed for 20 to 30 seconds)

Blinking green

Image recovery in progress (MODE button released)

Boot loader errors

Red

DRAM memory test failure

Blinking red and amber

FLASH file system failure

Blinking red and off

Environment variable failure

Bad MAC address

Ethernet failure during image recovery

Boot environment failure

No Cisco image file

Boot failure

Cisco IOS errors

Red

Software failure; try disconnecting and reconnecting unit power

Cycling through red, green, amber, and off

General warning; insufficient inline power

Hello,

When you see the blinking we call that in the hunt. The AP gets an IP address, which is why you can ping. Then the AP blinks those lights cause it trying to find the WLC. 

How are you set up to allow the AP to find the controller?

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